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Meditation 2021

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Meditate TUESDAYS 9:00pm (CST - Regina, Canada) with Stacey Bliss. Includes: guided breathing, sound meditation, and silent reflection.

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Welcoming Winter of 2021...

Each Tuesday evening through January - March 2021, Stacey Bliss, PhD, will guide you through a meditative intention to wind down, relax, and rejuvenate. Through breathing practice, sound, and silent meditation, you can tap into the Parasympathetic Nervous System in order to rest, repair, and rejuvenate your system.

During the 30-minutes together, we will meditate on our breath, improvised soundscapes (live gongs and/or bowls), and silence.

ALL are WELCOME - from fidgety skeptics to advanced practitioners. A meditative community (sangha) is integral to build and strengthen a personal practice of meditation. After time, a meditative practice 'on the cushion' becomes part of your social practice, with others. Keep up your practice and see what happens.

This event is free of charge and in service to the University of Regina community, folks on Treaty 4 and 6 lands, and all others who would like to meditate in a community of people with similar intention.

About the facilitator: Stacey Bliss is a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow (2019-2021) at the University of Regina in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance. She currently teaches MAP 200AK - Meditation, Social Justice, Art. She is also preparing her research dissemination - A Sonic Ethnography of Gong Master-Teachers - for June 2021 at the Art Gallery of Regina . She is trained to teach kundalini yoga and meditation, restorative yoga, and has studied mindfulness at Thich Nhat Hanh's Blue Cliff Monastery in Pine Bush, NY. She has had several years of personal practice with Gurmukhi mantra as well as Vedantic traditions. Stacey has studied the ways and Art of Gong with Don Conreaux in New York, Toronto, Shanghai, and India. She is committed to assisting people toward living with increased peace and humanity in order to facilitate building restored and "beloved communities" together.

Event photo - Stacey Bliss with a wind gong on the Columbia Icefields, Canadian Rocky Mountains, November 2019.

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